Covalence for June 2020
As the loss of life due to COVID-19 continues to take its toll, we may be tempted to tune out of the bigger questions as we hunker down in quarantine.
The pandemic may seem far removed from the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, but they are interrelated in the Pieta image that describes our life today.
If the ecological good that has come out of our collective quarantine shows human impact that is real, maybe there is something to learn about who we are.
Director of the National Institutes of Health, geneticist and physician, Dr. Francis Collins was awarded the 2020 Templeton Prize.
The Lutheran World Federation issued its 2020 Season of Creation celebration guide offering eco-theological worship resources and activities for congregations.
The Los Alamos Faith and Science Forum is continuing its annual summer program via Zoom with a free lecture series held Wednesday evenings from June 3 – July 15.
In these days of pandemic our world has became “virtual,” including our weekly church services, inspiring this special issue of Covalence focused on COVID-19.